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    easy bulking diet and meal plan

    Hi all i've been wanting to bulk an put on weight, i have always been skinny but consider it from not getting proper calories an i know for sure that is probably my problem. I am lazy for when it comes to eating and cooking but will work my ass off doing anything else workout, sports basically any activitys. Now i am on a budget an can probably spend close to a 100 every 2wks is that ok?? I also need fast things to make basically within 10 to 15 minutes.. now if oats are thrown in they must be blended into a shake cause i cant stomach it.. I also cant stand the texture of wheat bread.. i have whey protein and serious mass.. thanks all

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    If your bulking up on muscle, protein is a major part of your diet. It's certainly not the only thing to pay attention to but definitely eat healthy, but 5-6 meals daily. Spread out 2 hrs or so in between. I'm bulking up right now as well.
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    Originally Posted by NickShelters View Post
    If your bulking up on muscle, protein is a major part of your diet. It's certainly not the only thing to pay attention to but definitely eat healthy, but 5-6 meals daily. Spread out 2 hrs or so in between. I'm bulking up right now as well.
    Ha.
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    Originally Posted by NickShelters View Post
    If your bulking up on muscle, protein is a major part of your diet. It's certainly not the only thing to pay attention to but definitely eat healthy, but 5-6 meals daily. Spread out 2 hrs or so in between. I'm bulking up right now as well.
    In the red still?
    Yes... I've started a log - http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=159357321
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    Hey man I know how you feel literally I am the same age as you. I was 119 and gained 30 pounds of muscle within 3-4 months. Your like me naturally skinny with a fast metabolism. It's extremely hard I know but patience and determination will get you there. You must lift at least 3 times a week anymore is unnecessary for you. Try to consume high amounts of protien and carbs. Chicken, eggs, tuna and pasta for example. Lift very heavy weights if you want to bulk but dont hurt yourself. Try to do atleast 8 reps with high amount of sets. Eat 2-3 hours as the above poster suggested. Keep at it and patience will give you results. Good luck!
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    lift heavy on a compound program and eat everything you can that isn't deep fried or empty calories. Cheeseburgers and buffets mean gains in the weight room.
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    Originally Posted by MrTonedman View Post
    Hey man I know how you feel literally I am the same age as you. I was 119 and gained 30 pounds of muscle within 3-4 months. Your like me naturally skinny with a fast metabolism. It's extremely hard I know but patience and determination will get you there. You must lift at least 3 times a week anymore is unnecessary for you. Try to consume high amounts of protien and carbs. Chicken, eggs, tuna and pasta for example. Lift very heavy weights if you want to bulk but dont hurt yourself. Try to do atleast 8 reps with high amount of sets. Eat 2-3 hours as the above poster suggested. Keep at it and patience will give you results. Good luck!
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    Originally Posted by NickShelters View Post
    If your bulking up on muscle, protein is a major part of your diet. It's certainly not the only thing to pay attention to but definitely eat healthy, but 5-6 meals daily. Spread out 2 hrs or so in between. I'm bulking up right now as well.
    you sure you bulking the right way bro?
    try reading the stickies and report back
    IIFYM - Try to get most of your macros from whole foods. They are high in micronutrients and are needed to maintain overall health
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    ok now i just need to decide how to put quick meals together lets see.. i'm usually up around 8 a.m and go to work around 11.. so if you had a schedule like dat would you eat 1 time or 2? I get off around 5 an really dont get breaks so how could i fit in a meal there? an after 5 how do i fit in 3 to 4 meals that sounds like a major stuffing i dont think i have enough room? maybe like a high calorie meal like 800 cals or more a meal? any ideas on a easy high cal meals.. I mean i know i have to eat but dont see how ima get all these cals down
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    Its not necessary to eat every few hours. Eat when its convenient for you. Read the calculating calorie needs sticky and the pre, during, post-workout nutrition sticky.....actually read all the stickies.
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    Originally Posted by MrTonedman View Post
    Hey man I know how you feel literally I am the same age as you. I was 119 and gained 30 pounds of muscle within 3-4 months. Your like me naturally skinny with a fast metabolism. It's extremely hard I know but patience and determination will get you there. You must lift at least 3 times a week anymore is unnecessary for you. Try to consume high amounts of protien and carbs. Chicken, eggs, tuna and pasta for example. Lift very heavy weights if you want to bulk but dont hurt yourself. Try to do atleast 8 reps with high amount of sets. Eat 2-3 hours as the above poster suggested. Keep at it and patience will give you results. Good luck!
    Please do not lie about gaining 30 pounds of muscle in 3-4 months as pretty much every man who ever lived could not achieve this, even on steroids.
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    Originally Posted by MrTonedman View Post
    Hey man I know how you feel literally I am the same age as you. I was 119 and gained 30 pounds of muscle within 3-4 months. Your like me naturally skinny with a fast metabolism. It's extremely hard I know but patience and determination will get you there. You must lift at least 3 times a week anymore is unnecessary for you. Try to consume high amounts of protien and carbs. Chicken, eggs, tuna and pasta for example. Lift very heavy weights if you want to bulk but dont hurt yourself. Try to do atleast 8 reps with high amount of sets. Eat 2-3 hours as the above poster suggested. Keep at it and patience will give you results. Good luck!

    lmao "gained 30 pounds of muscle within 3-4 months", a natural bodybuilder with a clean diet who lifts heavy gains about 25pounds PER YEAR.

    just stop
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    Originally Posted by Amonzeh View Post
    lmao "gained 30 pounds of muscle within 3-4 months", a natural bodybuilder with a clean diet who lifts heavy gains about 25pounds PER YEAR.

    just stop
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    Originally Posted by Amonzeh View Post
    lmao "gained 30 pounds of muscle within 3-4 months", a natural bodybuilder with a clean diet who lifts heavy gains about 25pounds PER YEAR.
    And only in his first year.

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